Last Day to Apply for Spring 2019 Graduation is Friday, March 15th!
Your graduation application for the spring 2019 term must be submitted to Office of the Registrar by Friday, March 15th in order to participate in commencement exercises and have your name printed in the commencement program. You may apply for graduation by logging into ERNIE. From there, select Campus Solutions Student Homepage, followed by the Academic Advising tile, and lastly Apply for Graduation.
If you are a prospective fall graduate in a degree program requiring a thesis, graduate research project or dissertation, you must meet the following criteria in order to participate in the Commencement ceremonies:
|8:00 a.m.||Arrive and check in with college|
|8:45 a.m.||Receive walking number and survey|
|9:00 a.m.||Fill out and turn in career survey|
|9:05 a.m.||Receive announcement card from line marshal|
|9:15 a.m.||Receive honors cords as appropriate|
|9:30 a.m.||Final call|
|9:40 a.m.||Proceed to commencement|
|10:00 a.m.||Commencement begins|
FEB. 26TH & 27TH
MORI HOSSEINI STUDENT UNION
11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
SPECIAL SAVINGS ON ERAU RINGS – Herff Jones will be offering discounts on all orders placed on these dates. Visa/MC/Disc/Amex accepted.
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Cap & Gown – Place your cap and gown order on February 26th or 27th for Graduation (11 a.m. – 3 p.m.) If you have any questions, please contact the ERAU Bookstore at 386-226-6062. ORDERS MUST BE PLACED BY MARCH 15TH.
Ph.D. Candidates - You may either purchase regalia or borrow one from the President's Office stock. To purchase your regalia directly from Herff Jones, complete this form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. NOTE: Pricing is valid until June 30, 2019. If you prefer to use one of our loaner regalia sets, please fill out this application and email it to email@example.com.
Graduation Announcements – Customized announcements can be ordered that contain the ERAU crest, your name, degree and major. All orders will be sent to your home address in approximately three weeks. See the Herff Jones Representative to view samples and place your order at Grad Fair.
Diploma Frames are in stock and available for purchase in the University Bookstore at this time.
How should my cap be worn?
The cap should be worn so that the Mortarboard is level. It should not be tilted to the back or side of the head. The crown should be approximately one inch above the eyebrow.
How do I tell the front from the back of the cap?
The front of the cap is indicated on the inside of the crown.
Should the cap be removed at any time during the graduation ceremony?
Only men should remove their caps, and that should be during the playing of the National Anthem and the school alma mater.
How do I take care of my gown?
The gown should be removed immediately from the package and placed on a hanger.
The gown seemed wrinkled when I took it out of the package; should I send it to the cleaners?
The gown should not be washed or dry-cleaned. It may be pressed with a cool iron or steamed.
How do I wear the tassel?
Tassels are worn over the right temple. All graduates should wear the tassel on the same side for uniformity. Graduates will switch the tassel from the right side to the left side in unison when directed by the speaker.
What should I wear underneath the gown?
Academic regalia, or the dress uniform of one of the U.S. Armed Forces, is required. Due to the formality of this occasion and safety concerns regarding walking on the steps and stage, we ask our graduates to please wear appropriate footwear. Flip flops, clogs, and loose fitting shoes are not recommended. In addition, it is requested that appropriate casual business attire be worn under the gown. Men, wear slacks and a dress shirt with tie while women should wear slacks with a blouse, or a dress. Guests are requested to follow the same attire as our graduates.
NOTE: Graduates should not bring any personal belongings that they cannot keep on their person during the Commencement ceremonies. No secure storage areas are available, and University staff will not take possession of, or responsibility for, personal belongings during the ceremonies.
Tutorial Videos from Herff Jones
|Organization Name||Colors for Cords and Stoles|
|Alpha Omicron Alpha||Gold colored medallion on a burgundy lanyard|
|Alpha Phi Omega - Alpha Delta Nu||Royal blue and gold cords|
|Chi Epsilon Pi||Gold stole with dark blue trim and organization’s crest on it|
|Delta Mu Delta||Purple and gold cords|
|Eta Kappa Nu||Gold stole with organization’s emblem|
|Iota Alpha Tau||Green and white cords|
|Kappa Mu Epsilon||Rose pink and silver cords|
|National Society of Collegiate Scholars||Burgundy and gold cords: Gold stole and/or a medallion|
|Omicron Delta Kappa||Light blue, black, and white cords|
|Order of Omega||White and gold cords|
|Order of the Sword and Shield||Yellow and blue cords; Blue stole
|Phi Beta Lambda||Blue and gold cords; Gold stole with organization’s emblem|
|Psi Chi: The International Honor Society in Psychology||Bachelor’s degrees: light blue and silver cords; Master’s degrees: silver stole with the Psi Chi seal in dark blue and silver|
|Sigma Gamma Tau||Red and white stole|
|Tau Beta Pi||Orange and white cords and stole|
|Upsilon Pi Epsilon||Medallion with a maroon band|
Black: AS Aviation Maintenance Science
Cream: BS Aviation Business Administration; BS Business Administration
Gold: BS Aerospace Physiology; BS Astronomy and Astrophysics; BS Computational Mathematics; BS Human Factors Psychology; BS Homeland Security; BS Meteorology; BS Operational Meteorology; BS Space Physics
Lemon: BS Engineering Physics
Orange: BS Aerospace Engineering; BS Computer Engineering; BS Civil Engineering; BS Computer Science; BS Electrical Engineering; BS Mechanical Engineering; BS Software Engineering
Royal Blue: BS Global Conflict Studies
Silver: BS Aeronautical Science; BS Aeronautics; BS Aerospace and Occupational Safety; BS Air Traffic Management; BS Aviation Maintenance Science; BS Commercial Space Operations; BS Spaceflight Operations; BS Unmanned Aircraft Systems Science
White: BS Communication; BS Interdisciplinary Studies
Drab: Aviation Finance; Business Administration in Aviation Management; Business Administration
Gold: Human Factors
Lemon: Engineering PhysicsOrange: Aerospace Engineering; Civil Engineering; Cybersecurity Engineering; Electrical and Computer Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Software Engineering; Systems Engineering; Unmanned and Autonomous Systems Engineering; Multi-Disciplinary MS Engineering
Drab: Aviation Business Administration
Gold: Human Factors
Lemon: Engineering Physics
Orange: Aerospace Engineering; Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Mechanical Engineering
Senior Class Council meetings are Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m.
The Senior Class Council is responsible for:
Calling all Spring 2019 graduates! Celebrate commencement and commemorate your time at Embry-Riddle at The Lift Off, an island themed party for the graduating class. This event is sponsored by the Alumni Association and GEICO. Food and beverages will be served.
Lift Off will be held on Friday, May 3rd from 5 - 7 p.m. in the Event Center (Mori Hosseini Student Union). The class photo will be taken at 5:30 p.m.
• Pose with your peers for a class photo at 5:30 p.m.
• Pick up your Cap & Gown
• Decorate your graduation cap
• Network while enjoying great food and beverages
• Make memories with friends in our photo booth
We encourage you to personally invite a faculty or staff member that has made an impact on you while at Embry-Riddle.
FREE GIFT! Register for this event and receive a free T-shirt (alumni.erau.edu/dbliftoff).
Parking is available at the Ocean Center Parking Garage (CASH ONLY) and may cost $5 to $10, depending on arrival and departure times.
A limited number of discounted parking passes will be on sale at ERNIE Central (located in the Student Union) starting April 1st for $3. Purchases must be made with a credit card in ERNIE Central. Guests can also pay for parking on the day of the ceremony (CASH ONLY)
Please note, parking is limited and has run out in the past. Please inform your family members that parking is first come, first served. Carpooling is recommended.
Exit Counseling: Who Needs It?
If you borrowed money from the federal government to pay for your education, you will.
Loan Exit Counseling Sessions will be made available from 5 - 6 p.m. in Room 104 (Capt. Willie Miller Instructional Center) on 4/9, 4/10, 4/16, and 4/17. The Loan Exit Counseling session, with Financial Aid, must be completed prior to the last day of classes.
NOTE: Completing a Financial Aid Exit Interview does not satisfy the requirements for your Federal Perkins or Institutional Loan Exit interview.
If you have any questions, please contact the University Loan Collections staff with questions or concerns: Grace Gibson (386) 226-623 or E-Mail: FSM@ERAU.EDU.
Graduation meetings were held on January 22nd and 23rd at 6 p.m. in the Center for Faith and Spirituality. View the presentation here.
Graduation is near! GradImages will be there to capture your images during the ceremony. Don’t forget to Pre-Register here prior to the event to share your photos with loved ones and to receive a coupon code for $5 off an order of $25 of more!
After the ceremony, make sure to look for all the photos from the graduation ceremony captured by GradImages. You will receive an email when your photos are ready to view and order or check www.gradimages.com.
Ph.D. candidates will need to arrive no later than 9 a.m. in Suite 103 at the Ocean Center. There will be a Platform Party sign in the South Concourse (parallel to the Peabody Auditorium) to indicate this meeting location. Due to the limited amount of space, family members and friends will not be permitted access.
Regalia Information - You may either purchase regalia or borrow one from the President's Office limited stock. To purchase your regalia directly from Herff Jones, complete this form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. NOTE: Pricing is valid until June 30, 2019. If you prefer to use one of our loaner regalia sets, please fill out this application and email it to email@example.com. Regalia is issued on a first come, first served basis.
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This semester celebrate your graduating friend by displaying a fun photo and a nice farewell message at graduation!
By making a $5 donation to the Senior Class Gift, you will help the Senior Class Council provide a rising senior with a scholarship to help with his or her financial needs during their last semester. In turn, you will be able to display a photo of your friend with a short message at the graduation ceremony (May 6th).
Support a rising senior today. Here’s how:
You will receive an e-mail confirming that your picture and message have been received. Thank you for supporting the Senior Class Gift!
To accommodate families and friends of our graduates who are not able to attend the commencement ceremony, the event will be webcast live from our Streaming Eagles website. Past commencement events will also be viewable on demand.